Fat Boy Drive-In Drive-In

For almost seven decades, Fat Boy Drive-In Drive-In gave Brunswick residents, other Maine residents and even those from afar their fix of burger and hit. And the delights don’t just stop at the burgers either, as they’ll hit you with their lobster roll, fried clams and everything in between to deliver the sexiest and most satisfying food around.

At least they will be until next Friday.

Fat Boy Closing September 30

Like summer in general, it seems like just yesterday we were embracing the warm weather and the reopening of Fat Boy for the season, announcing their season opener with a clever rhyme at the end of March. But just like that, it’s almost over for the season as Fat Boy has announced that they will be closing next Friday September 30th.

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Limited hours

By September 30, Fat Boy will also only be open for limited hours – operating only from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday through Monday. As indicated on the sign above (and excuse the dead/stained bugs on the windshield), they are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Which means that at the time of this writing (Monday, September 19), there are only seven days in total to get one last Fat Boy patch or experience them for the first time before they shut down.

The good news, however, is that just like the hot summer weather, Fat Boy will be back. Once we get through what hopefully will be an easy winter and spring returns towards the end of March, our Fat Boy favorites will be back at 111 Bath Road in Brunswick for their 68th year back. to the 50s in the most delicious way.

30 “Under the Radar” Restaurants in Maine

Thanks to our excellent listeners, we were able to compile a list of many “under the radar” restaurants, cafes, pubs and bakeries in Maine.

These great places are found all over the state and are just waiting for you to try them.

How far did you go?

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